Ann-Marie is a member of the British Psychological Society, Division of Occupational Psychology and the DOP Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Task and Finish group lead.
Ann-Marie Smith works full time as a Senior Consultant Psychologist at Work Psychology Group. She specialises in the design, delivery, analysis, and evaluation of talent assessments.
Ann-Marie has experience in leading large, complex projects within selection and assessment, leadership development, organisational change, employee engagement and diversity and inclusion. She is particularly skilled in quantitative research methodologies such as adverse impact analysis and the criterion-related validation of assessment processes. She is interested in equality, diversity and inclusion and has been involved in several complex equality, diversity, and inclusion evaluation projects.
Prior to her current position, Ann-Marie worked as a Senior Consultant for 3 years at Korn Ferry Management Consultancy, and for 4 years as a Research Psychologist for Saville Assessment.
Ann-Marie graduated with a Master of Science degree in Occupational Psychology from Birkbeck college, the University of London. She also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Brunel University. She is currently a Trainee Occupational Psychologist, on course to become a Chartered Psychologist.
Ann-Marie also works part-time as an Associate Tutor at Birkbeck college, the University of London, teaching Research Methods, Selection & Assessment and Employee Relations & Motivation modules on the Occupational Psychology MSc.
Ann-Marie hopes to bring her research, project management and facilitation skills to the EDI-TFG, to lead the recommendation of practical solutions. She feels particularly passionate about improving the representation of diverse groups in Occupational Psychology.